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Vietnam’s largest airport set for $496 million expansion

The Tan Son Nhat Airport could get a third terminal and other facilities at the cost of over $496 million.

Vietnam warned it is planning one airport too many

Vietnamese provinces are proposing new airports without realizing that the country is already overloaded with ...

Saigon's overloaded airport to get $88 million stop-gap upgrade

Tan Son Nhat's aircraft parking area and its international terminal will be expanded this year.
June 20, 2017 | 11:34 am GMT+7

Vietnam's airports seek $1.4 bln for infrastructure upgrade

The fast-paced growth in Vietnam’s aviation market has led to overcrowding at many airports.
March 09, 2017 | 11:37 am GMT+7

Vietnam airport operator misses out on retail business opportunities

The ACV made just $1 per passenger from retail services last year, far behind regional operators.
January 17, 2017 | 02:21 pm GMT+7

Vietnamese airport operator to take off with $2.4 billion price tag

The company is set to become the largest on the over-the-counter market.
November 17, 2016 | 03:45 pm GMT+7

Airfares could climb if fee hike approved in Vietnam

Possible increases to airport charges and fees, coupled with a recent request from state-owned carrier Vietnam Airlines asking for airfare caps to be removed, could cost ...
July 01, 2016 | 06:51 pm GMT+7

Vietnam to invest $1.2 billion in airports as passenger numbers skyrocket

The country has decided to pour more than VND26 trillion (nearly $1.2 billion) into upgrading infrastructure at a number of its airports from 2016-2018.
June 10, 2016 | 05:19 pm GMT+7

Vietnam’s airports fit to burst with 25 percent increase in passenger numbers

Vietnam’s aviation sector saw passenger numbers grow by 25 percent on-year in the first four months of 2016, putting pressure on airport infrastructure, said Lai Xuan Thanh, ...
May 18, 2016 | 05:08 pm GMT+7

Nearly 8,000 flights delayed in first quarter

Airlines conducted 51,656 flights in Vietnam during the first three months in 2016, of which 7,735 were delayed and 295 were cancelled, but the plus-side was there were less lost ...
April 13, 2016 | 05:00 pm GMT+7
 
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